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Danny and his friends Petou and Anita live for hockey. So when they are asked to join the Wolves late in the season, they are determined to do their best for the town team. Some of the players, however, start to grumble about the latecomers. Travis, the Wolves' best forward, calls them the wimps and makes sure they are ignored on the ice. With the final game of the season looming, Travis is hogging the puck and the Wolves are no longer playing as a team.
Reginald is more interested in practicing his violin than in his father's job managing the worst team in the Negro Leagues, but when Papa makes him the bat boy and his music begins to lead the team to victory, Papa realizes the value of his son's passion.
The beaver flood has finally frozen perfect ice, without a bump or a ripple. For the kids in town, it's Christmas in November. They wait, impatiently, for the right moment. Finally, it arrives: the full moon. They huff and puff through logging trails, farms, back roads and tamarack swamps, the powdery snow soaking pant legs and boots, till they see it--their perfect ice, waiting. And the game is on.
Little Kunoichi, a young ninja in training, is frustrated. Inspired by tiny Chibi Samurai's practice and skills, she works harder than ever--and makes a friend. Together, they show the power of perseverance, hard work, and cooperation when they wow the crowd at the Island Festival. Ninja skills don't come easily to Little Kunoichi. She needs determination--and a special friend--to unleash her power!
Young Bobby Orr works hard to be the best hockey player he can be and his efforts pay off in one of the many important games that help prepare him to achieve his dream of one day playing in the big leagues.
When Jenny and Joanna wake up one morning, they hear Grandma convincing their parents that the grandchildren should join her for a secret excursion instead of going to school that day. First they go out for breakfast, then to the subway, finally arriving at Yankee Stadium, where Grandma starts singing, Take me out to the ball game . . .
April 15, 1947, is a big day for Matty. His dad is taking him to see the Brooklyn Dodgers on opening day! It's also a big day for the Dodgers' new first baseman, Jackie Robinson. Can he finally help the Dodgers make it back to the World Series?
It's Froggy's first day on the T-ball team, and he couldn't be more excited, with his dad as the coach and his whole family cheering him on. But when Coach Dad tells him to catch some flies out in right field, he takes the advice with his usual gusto--literally!
When a young girl finds a mysterious, discarded book of martial arts poses, she ignores the warning printed in bold inside its cover: DO NOT ATTEMPT THESE FORMS WITHOUT AN EXPERIENCED TEACHER! She decides to attempt them herself, but is shocked to find that doing so conjures real animals right into her home! The chaos escalates as she releases a leopard, a snake, and a dragon, each creature larger and more destructive than the last.
Preston, the world's most brilliant soccer player, is on his way to the store. He takes his ball and dribbles (right through a flower garden), shoots (hitting Billy the Bully), and scores (knocking off a police officer's hat). But Preston doesn't realize that Mr. Wolf, who keeps getting blamed for the pig's messes, is in hot pursuit--and getting closer every minute!
Join one little boy and his family for two ballgames--on opposite sides of the world! You may know that baseball is the Great American Pastime, but did you know that it is also a beloved sport in Japan?